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‘Chilling message;’ au pairs’ choice; TikTok papis

Elizabeth Aguilera
Jul 30 · 13 min read
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Latino dads, many of them immigrants, are taking to TikTok as a way to connect with their children, reports the Los Angeles Times. These padres push back on the macho Latino father stereotype, reflecting a cultural shift in immigrant families. “From papis strutting in heels and a crop top to apás joining in on skits to papás jokingly swearing in their accented English, Latino dads are racking up the likes and views from users who see their own families reflected in the short, often candid clips,” writes Tomás Mier. Photo: By Gina Ferazzi for the Los Angeles Times.

Migratory Notes

At a time of rapidly shifting policies, we publish a weekly…

Elizabeth Aguilera

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Health/Social Services reporter @CALmatters, co-founder of #MigratoryNotes. I carry a mic & a pen. Prev: @KPCC @SDUT, @DenverPost. elizabeth@calmatters.org

Migratory Notes

At a time of rapidly shifting policies, we publish a weekly concise and insightful guide to immigration news.

Elizabeth Aguilera

Written by

Health/Social Services reporter @CALmatters, co-founder of #MigratoryNotes. I carry a mic & a pen. Prev: @KPCC @SDUT, @DenverPost. elizabeth@calmatters.org

Migratory Notes

At a time of rapidly shifting policies, we publish a weekly concise and insightful guide to immigration news.

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